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The last leg of the journey took us from the Molino de Alcuñeza in the province of Castillla la Mancha, north through Castilla y León and on to La Rioja before reaching Bilbao. This was probably one of the most scenic routes we've done. Again as I'm no wordsmith the pictures will have to suffice. I've always loved sunflowers and to see field upon field of them in Castilla la ...
... She probably could be considered a creative genius. Maybe that's why she's such a weirdo ;)
The most impressive work of art is the structure of the museum itself. Gehry said when he was planning the design of the building, he put his pen to a piece of paper and started drawing without ever taking it off the paper. When you see the pictures, you'll see what he was saying.
... pens and scraps of paper. Visitors were encouraged to
write down their wishes and hang them on the tree. My friend Sarah and I put up
one that said, "We wish for nothing because we have everything we need."
I got a delicious goat cheese and caramelized onion sandwich in the Guggenheim bistro
and a Basque cake. Mmm so good! Outside were two works by Jeff Koons-"Tulips"
and "The Puppy," which is a 60-foot tall statue of a puppy made of flowers,
I woke from the top bunk to the view of the Pyrenees mountains through the large classroom window. It was an incredible picturesque view that was surreal. By the time we were finished breakfast all other pilgrims had already left for the Camino or to get their own breakfast. We were grateful to be on the decline on the stoned path that led to the elevators. From there we headed through the village centre out of town past a marina and a short journey on blacktop. By 8:30 ...
... we paid the bill...got the chorizo and first wine for free despite best efforts to pay and headed onwards. A couple of beers and a couple more pintxos later we hit the wooden hill (or lift with so much food inside us!!) very very happy. A really lovely friendly place with gorgeous food....could San Sebastian be any better?!?!
HEL YES WRITING THIS AFTER BEING THERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!